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What is a non geographic area code?

What is a non geographic area code?

A non-geographic number, also called a virtual number, is a telephone number associated with a country, but not to any single geographic location within that country. When someone dials a non-geographic number, the call is automatically transferred to the subscriber’s telephone set, wherever that set is located.

Are 03 numbers free on O2?

Calls to 03 numbers will cost the same as other standard fixed line numbers (starting 01 or 02) and are included as part of any inclusive or free minutes allowance on O2 tariffs.

What is not a geographic feature?

So from geographical point of view a single vehicle (or a flock of birds) is a non-geographical feature. A compass and a scale bar on a map are just a map decorations and may not be considered as geographical or non-geographical features because they are not a real world objects.

What is a geographical phone number?

Geographic numbers are fixed-line telephone numbers that begin with the digits ’01’ and ’02’. They are widely recognised, valued and trusted by consumers.

Do I pay for 0345 numbers on O2?

When calling a 0345 number on O2 it is charged exactly the same as if you were phoning a number starting with 01 or 02. All phone numbers starting with 0345 are charged as part of all inclusive minutes on a contract or sim-only deal and are charged at 30 pence a minute if on Pay-As-You-Go.

Does an 0345 number cost?

It costs the same as ringing a regular UK landline. And if you have any inclusive minutes in your phone package, either landline or mobile, you can use them to call 0345 numbers free of charge.

Do you pay for 0344?

A call to an 0344 number costs the same as a call to a normal home or business landline. All numbers that start with 03 are charged at the same rate as normal local or national landline numbers that start with ’01’ or ’02’.

What is a geographic number in the UK?

Geographic numbers are local telephone numbers that are specific to a town or city location in the UK. A local telephone number for Manchester for example would start 0161, Bristol 0117 and so on. You can search for and buy a local telephone number further down the page.

What are national phone calls?

There are three call origins and they generally attract different call rates: Local Calls – landline calls received from the local area of where the 1300/1800 number is being routed to. National Calls – landline calls received from outside the local area of where the 1300/1800 number is being routed to.

Are 0345 numbers free with BT?

So, how much does it cost to call a 0345 number from a BT landline or mobile? The good news is that if you have a discount or inclusive scheme, which includes calls to UK local or national numbers, 0345 numbers are included. Phone providers are required to treat these calls the same as calls to 01 and 02 numbers.

How much does a 0344 number cost from a landline?

Many organisations use 03 numbers such as 0300, 0344 or 0345 as an alternative to more expensive 084 and 087 numbers. Calls to 03 numbers will cost no more than a call to a 01 or 02 number. This means calls to 01, 02 or 03 numbers will come out of your inclusive minutes.

Is 02036 a valid area code?

⚠️ Please note that 02036 is not a valid area code. The correct area code is 020 and is used by landlines from London, the following number (36) is a part of the local number. Please, search in the top search box the full phone number that called you.

What is an 020 area code?

The 020 area code covers London and the surrounding area. Please note that an 020 number does not necessarily come from this location, although the majority do. People or businesses based outside of this geographical location may still register 020 numbers. This is often done to give the impression of having a local presence.

What is the difference between geographic and non-geographic phone numbers?

For example, geographic phone numbers in most cases can only be used within a certain address, city, state, or region of the country. Non-geographic numbers Non-geographic numbers are national numbers that don’t have a relationship to a geographic area within a country/region.

Is this phone number from 020 a spoofed number?

If you actually received a call from this exact same phone number (02036), it’s definitely a spoofed call mostly used by scammers. For more information about phone numbers from the area code 020, please check our page for London area codes.